BEST WESTERN PLUS Olive Branch Hotel & Suites
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... trips to the Delta. One such place was Tunica. I recall going through Tunica to see the infamous Sugar Ditch which was featured on 60 Minutes in the mid-1980s, although by the time of my last visit in 1989 things really had changed much. Clearly the coming of the casinos to the city has greatly impacted the economy. I didn’t venture into the heart of the city, but I wonder how much things have changed for the poorer areas of town over the past 25 ...
... the Gibson Guitar factory, and the purchasing of a very cool hat in Schwabs, I wore her down, gentle reader, I wore her down.Having successfully changed my tasteful Jailhouse Rock Hawaiian shirt from a 3xl to a 2 Xl I am now officially ready to cut a dash on Beale Street tonight . Mmmm mmm mm! We also had a great lunch in the Kings Palace cafe . Voodoo chicken and cat fish po boy. Yummy. We hooked up either our traveling companions at the ...
... is being sold off and made into expensive condos and the poor and black workers are being pushed out.
We next went to Sun Studios where people like Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and many others were discovered.
They have a lot of original stuff on display including Elvis's graduation certificate from high school.
The panelling on ...
... months ago because it was on my aunt's bucket list. Unfortunately, she passed away; however, her spirit was with us the entire time. She would have loved all the family doing this together. All of us enjoyed this a great deal more than anticipated. Not being huge Elvis freaks, everyone was pleasantly surprised. Much more of an Elvis fan after being here.
... low-cost housing and other initiatives to support civil liberties. Her point is that King spent his life fighting for equal rights, and the last thing he would want from his death is for exorbitant amounts of money to be spent on a shrine for him instead of towards furthering his cause for the people. She’s got a good point, in my opinion.
We went back to the hotel to Skype Alyssa for her 5th birthday. She had just ...